Chief to leave after £95k deal

By Dan Peters | 07 September 2020

The chief executive of Pembrokeshire CC is expected to leave the authority by the end of November after a £95,000 ‘settlement agreement’ was struck.

Chartered engineer Ian Westley, 60, said he believed the time was ‘now right to move on and allow new leadership to build on the foundations that are firmly in place’ after working in Welsh local government for 38 years.

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